sports law in india

About MNLU Mumbai

The Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai, established under the MNLU Act No. VI of 2014, is one of the premier National Law Universities in India. The prime goal of the University is to disseminate advanced legal knowledge amongst the students and impart in them, the skills of advocacy, socio-legal research, and policy formulation, and to prepare them for utilizing these skills for social transformation and comprehensive development.

About the Course

The One-Week Online Certificate Course on SPORTS LAW IN INDIA is being offered by the Centre for Advocacy, Research and Training in Sports Law at MNLU Mumbai. It aims to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the complex legal landscape that governs the world of sports within the Indian context. This comprehensive course is tailored to cater the legal professionals, sports enthusiasts, and aspiring sports lawyers, who seek to gain specialised knowledge about the intricate interplay between the legal framework and sports industry.

Course Dates

October 09 to 14, 2023 – 3 PM (IST) onwards

Course Teaser

Course Modules

The World of Sports Law: An Introductory Session

Prof. Dr. Mark James, Professor of Sports Law, Director of Research, Manchester Law School, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Dispute Resolution in Sports

Mr. Chirag Balyan, Assistant Professor of Law, Coordinator of Centre for Arbitration and Research, MNLU Mumbai

Legal Rights and Duties of Sportspersons

Mr. Tarun, Assistant Professor (Research), Member of Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law, GNLU, Gandhinagar

Trade in Sports

Mr. Utkarsh K. Mishra, Assistant Professor of Law,

Director, Centre for Studies in International Trade and Investment Laws, DNLU, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Agency in Sports Law

Mr. Abhishek Negi, Assistant Professor of Law, Coordinator of Centre for Advocacy, Research and Training in Sports Law, MNLU Mumbai

Business and Sports

Ms. Tripti Bhushan, Lecturer, O.P. Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana, Advisor, International Centre for Intellectual Property Law, Law Essentials

Media and Sports

Ms. Rishika Mendiratta, Senior Legal Manager, Dream 11 – Indian fantasy sports platform

Sports and Intellectual Property

Mr. Sajid Sheikh, Assistant Professor of Law, Coordinator of Centre for Research in Intellectual Property, MNLU Mumbai

Sports Regulation and Governance in India

Mr. Shivam Tyagi, Advocate, Founding Partner of Chambers of Shivam Tyagi & Jatin Julka, New Delhi

Online Sports Gaming

Dr. Anand Raut, Assistant Professor of Law, Deputy Director, Center for Information Communication and Technology Law, MNLU Mumbai

Sports Gambling: Law, Policy, and Practice

Mr. Vidushpat Singhania, Advocate, Managing Partner of Krida Legal, New Delhi

Liability in Sports

Dr. Niyati Pandey, Assistant Professor of Law, Head of External Relations, GNLU, Gandhinagar

Ethical Issues in Sports

Mr. Abhinav Shrivastava, Advocate, Partner of LawNK, Bengaluru

Gender, Caste, and Racial Discrimination in Sports

Dr. Garima Pal, Assistant Professor of Law at MNLU Mumbai, Managing Editor of Victimology and Victim Justice Journal, SAGE Publishing

Sports Contract: Intricacies and Challenges &

Career Opportunities in Sports Law

Mr. Subhrajit Chanda, Assistant Professor, Assistant Director of Centre for Sports Law Business and Governance, O.P. Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana

Course Brochure

For detailed info, click Brochure.

Course Fee

Students – Rs.1,500 (early bird), Rs. 2,000 (standard)

Non-Students – Rs.2,500 (early bird), Rs. 3,000 (standard)

Course Certificate

Registered attendees will get an e-certificate of course completion.

Course Co-Directors

Mr. Abhishek Negi, Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator of CARTSL, MNLU Mumbai

Mr. Sajid Sheikh, Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator of CRIP, MNLU Mumbai


Mr. Subramaniam. S, Course Coordinator & Research Assistant (Law), MNLU Mumbai

Phone: +919840854392 (WhatsApp)


Registration Link

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